• The Wedding Issue: Northstar and Kyle

    The Wedding Issue: Northstar and Kyle1

    Aside from “Who would win in a fight?” nothing gets comic fans more heated than the question of whether or not superheroes should marry. In this mini-feature, Bride-to-Be Rebecca Henely and her Maid of Honor Kayleigh Hearn take a trip down memory lane to the most significant times comic companies took the plunge and got

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  • Is Reggie and Me Actually Good?

    Is Reggie and Me Actually Good?0

    Reggie and Me #1 & 2 Tom De Falco (script), Sandy Jerrel (pencils), Kelly Fitzpatrick, (colours), Jack Morelli (letters) Archie Comics Two issues into the new Reggie and Me comic by Tom De Falco and Sandy Jerrel and I’m not mad? What’s surprising about this is that it has a few things in common with Archie’s reboot

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  • A Lifetime on the Beach with The Red Turtle

    A Lifetime on the Beach with The Red Turtle0

    The Red Turtle  Michaël Dudok de Wit (director) Michaël Dudok de Wit & Pascale Ferran (writers) Studio Ghibli and Wild Bunch June 29, 2017 France, September 17, 2016 Japan The world has been loud and tumultuous lately–incoming news is coming in so fast it’s hard to keep up and what can be read feels overwhelming.

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  • Colour by Disney Is Very Expensive and Not Great

    Colour by Disney Is Very Expensive and Not Great0

    Colour by Disney  Disney Publishing Worldwide Enterprises Janruary 24, 2017 Free to download, in-app purchases While there are hundreds of colouring apps–some of them incredibly popular and lucrative–adult colouring is still mostly about books. Colouring for kids is just another fun activity, but colouring for adults is serious business. It’s not a hobby, it’s art

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  • Feminism in South Asia: A Review of Drawing the Line

    Feminism in South Asia: A Review of Drawing the Line0

    Drawing the Line: Indian Women Fight Back Various Contributors Edited by Priya Kuriyan, Larissa Bertonasco, and Ludmilla Bartscht Ad Astra Comix Zubaan Publishers October 2015 Drawing the Line: Indian Women Fight Back debuted in 2015 as the first full length graphic novel by Toronto-based indie comics publisher Ad Astra, working in conjunction with the feminist

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  • Previously On Comics: Comics You Might Have Missed

    Previously On Comics: Comics You Might Have Missed0

    Hello again! Kate here for this week’s Previously On Comics. It’s been A Week, to say the least, and as I’m getting on a plane in 36 hours, I’m going to keep this short and sweet and mostly focused on suggestions of things to read that you might have missed. Before we start, I have

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